Photogalleries: SK, Velky Rozsutec and Its Winter Realm
SK, Velky Rozsutec and Its Winter Realm
heading (paragraph): Hills
No. of pictures: 33 pictures
Today we invite you to the snow-covered region of the Little Fatra Mountains. Our tourist route starts in Stefanova and the trail leads through the forest along the green tourist sign up to an altitude of 1 185 meters, where we cross the seat of Medziholie. From here we continue along the red mark on the mighty Velky Rozsutec (1 610 m above sea level), which will reward our effort from the exit with a magical circular view of the surrounding winter landscape. You can see the whole Little and Great Fatra, Chocske Hills, Western Tatras, Low Tatras and other smaller hills. Enjoy the fascinating world of tranquility, winter and beauty through the following pictures.
Text and photos: Karol Kobelt (www.karolkobella.sk)
Edited by: Infoglobe
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